A showcase event took place at the Houses of Parliament last night to celebrate the achievements of the organisations, including GB, involved in the Youth United and Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) Supporting Inclusion Programme (SIP).Read more
One year ago, 120 young women from 19 different countries were attending The Gathering 2013 in South Africa.Read more
'What leaders provide for young women in GB are places where they can talk, be known and loved. There’s so much pressure on young people from a technological point of view but God has wired us in such a way that nothing can out-impact a face-to-face relationship.’
Wise words from GB's National President Rachel Gardner - find out what else she said at GB's autumn conference, which focussed on the incredible importance of GB in understanding, supporting and sharing God’s hope among girls aged 11+.
From joining to prayer and volunteering to donating – why not get involved with GB?
Plus, find out more about volunteering if you saw GB, part of the Youth United network, profiled as part of the Step Up To Serve launch in November 2013 - a campaign to increase opportunities for young people to get involved in positive social action; just like the opportunities GB provides.
Picture by Alastair Fyfe.